Sunday, July 14, 2024



India proposes to recreate a maritime voyage to Oman, stitched ship to sail from Mandvi to Muscat

The tentative plan outlines a journey that would see the ship setting sail from the port of Mandvi in Gujarat to Muscat, with the anticipated timeline set for sometime in 2025-26.

‘India will soon be among top 3 world economies’: PM Modi says at Global Maritime India Summit, lays foundation for projects worth over 18,000...

Inaugurating the three-day Global Maritime India Summit in the national capital on Tuesday, PM Modi said, "In this changing world order, the whole world is looking towards India with new aspirations. The Indian economy is gathering more strength while the world is in the grip of an economic crisis."

China harbouring a dream of becoming a ‘great maritime power’: Report

Since its 18th party of CCP in 2012, China has laid down the vision of transforming itself into a ‘great maritime power’.

Ever Given: Ship that blocked Suez Canal has since been held by Canal authorities, they wanted 916 million dollars

After demanding 916 USD initially, the canal authorities had later lowered the demand amount to 550 million. A final settlement is expected to be reached soon.

New Delhi conveys concern to Washington over US Navy carrying out operations in Indian waters without consent

Earlier today, the US Navy issued a statement alleging that it conducted operations in Indian EEZ without seeking its consent

US Navy boasts that it broke Indian maritime rules, conducts FONOP off Lakshadweep Islands inside India’s EEZ

The US Navy has boasted that they had carried out Freedom of Navigation operations 130 nautical miles off Lakshadweep, inside India's EEZ.

Stranded ship ‘Ever Given’ that blocked Suez Canal refloated: Reports

The 400-metre (430-yard) long Ever Given was successfully re-floated at 4.30 am local time (0230 GMT) and was being secured, Inchcape, a global provider of marine services, said on Twitter.

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